Complex Hernias

Dr. Pramod Shinde 

M.S, FMAS, FIAGES, FALS

Is the chief Laparoscopic, GI, Bariatric and Onco surgeon. After having Done his MS in Surgery from Miraj Medical College and the famous Wanless Hospital from Miraj, he Started his Practice at Nashik in 1987. He is trained in Cancer, GI, Vascular and Portal Hypertension

Complex Hernias are hernias which are more difficult to repair and may need special techniques, special expertise or staged procedures.

Following situations may be classified as ” Complex Hernias:

Hernias in unusual Locations like

  • Subcostal Hernia:
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  • A lumbar Hernia

Other situations:

  • Hernias:
  • Symptoms of a perennial herniation:
    A perennial herniation is recognized as a bulge, typically painful, that seems at or close to the positioning of a clever herniation. If a herniation progresses and therefore the intestines protrude into a herniation, this will cause severe health complications, such as One of the risks related to herniation repair surgery is that a herniation will come back. If the herniation repairs, therefore, the herniation reappears, this can be named as a perennial herniation.
  • • Infection
    • Constipation
    • Nausea/vomiting
    • Loss of blood offered to the intestines
    Causes of a Perennial herniation
    A herniation will appear for a range of reasons, a number of which can not perpetually be clear. the subsequent circumstances will place patients at associate inflated risk of a perennial hernia:
    • Infection of the wound from initial herniation surgery
    • Being too active timely when surgery
    • Chronic use of steroids
    • Chronic acute cough
    • Smoking
    • Obesity I infect Hernias with skin due to skin ulcer,  Mesh erosion frank Mesh infection.
  • Hernias with wide defect larger than 6 to 8 cm